AND SHELTER MANUALS
Table Of Contents
|THE AIDMANS MEDICAL GUIDE
ARMY FM 8-36 - 71 PAGES
This manual tells you what to do with supplies and equipment that you can carry and can use without hot or running water or electrical power. It also tells you how to protect yourself and patients.
AIRFORCE PAM 64-5 - 122 PAGES
This manual will assist you in recognizing and using natural resources at hand.
|ALL PURPOSE LIGHTWEIGHT CARRYING
ARMY - 43 PAGES
|BASIC COLD WEATHER MANUAL
ARMY FM 31-70 - 198 PAGES
This manual is designed to prepare the individual to conduct military operations for extended periods of time under the most severe and varying cold weather climatic conditions.
|CARE AND USE OF CLOTHING AND INDIVIDUAL
ARMY FM 21-15 - 69 PAGES
This manual includes general instructions for cleaning, pressing, repairing, and storing items of the uniform. Uses of .uniform, such as the shelter half, sleeping bag, and poncho are discussed. Methods of assembling, packing, and using load-carrying equipment are also discussed.
|CIVIL DEFENSE SHELTERS A STATE-OF-THE-ART
FEMA RR-7 - 315 PAGES
This report is a comprehensive review of what is known about shelters from the available literature in the United States. An attempt has been made to concentrate on the information which should be by a U.S. planner. Shelter against a number of natural and technological hazards is considered, but the most important threat, and the one about which the most information exists, is shelter against nuclear weapons effects.
|NATO HANDBOOK ON EMERGENCY WAR
NATO - 446 PAGES
This edition of the emergency war surgery handbook is written for and dedicated to the new generation of young, as untested surgeons, who may be given the opportunity and the honor of ministering to the needs of their fallen fellow countrymen.
|RISKS AND HAZARDS-A STATE BY STATE
FEMA-196 - 146 PAGES
This information was prepared by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to help you become more aware of hazards and threats that could affect your state, in addition to the simplified map depictions of hazard data, this manual includes information on how you can prepare for disasters and what you can do if a disaster strikes. It is not meant, however, to be a substitute for precise geographical and risk data and detailed information about preparedness for your locality that can be obtained only from your local civil defense or emergency preparedness office.
|FIRST AID FOR SOLDIERS
ARMY FM 21-11 - 160 PAGES
The purpose of this manual is to describe first aid measures, to explain how and when to apply them, and emphasize the significance of prompt, effective, first aid. The measures described can be applied as self-help as well as help to others. Since first aid is the emergency care given to the sick, injured, or wounded before medical treatment can be administered by medical personnel, this manual is directed to non-medical personnel.
ARMY FM 8-230 - 718 PAGES
This manual is for use in training the Medical Specialist, MOS 91B10, in field medical activities, patient care procedures, and general nursing care duties involved in patient care and treatment. The material in this manual is applicable to peacetime, nuclear war, and non-nuclear war.
|NUCLEAR WAR SURVIVAL
OAK RIDGE - 282 PAGES
The purpose of this book is to provide Americans and other unprepared people with information and self-help instructions that will significantly increase their chances of surviving a nuclear attack.
ARMY FM 5-103 - 247 PAGES
The purpose of this manual is to integrate survivability into the overall AirLand battle structure. Survivability doctrine addresses when, where, and how fighting and protective battlefield positions are prepared for individual soldiers, troop units, vehicles, weapons, and equipment. This manual implements survivability tactics for all branches of the combined arms team.
ARMY FM 21-76 - 322 PAGES
This manual is based entirely on the keyword SURVIVAL. The letters in this word can help guide you in your actions in any survival situation. Whenever faces with a survival situation, remember the word SURVIVAL. For each letter of this word there is a section pertaining to what you need to remember for a survival situation.
|TRANSPORTATION OF THE SICK &
ARMY FM 8-35 - 206 PAGES
This manual describes the principle methods and means of transporting the sick and wounded on land, in the air, and on water. It contains references to the details of NATO agreement, STANAG No. 2087, Medical Employment of Helicopters in Ground Warfare; and STANAG No. 3201 and SOLOG No. 83 Aeromedical Evacuation.
|WATER SURVIVAL TRAINING
ARMY TC 21-21 - 49 PAGES
This publication describes the Army's water survival training program. It establishes classification levels, describes the basic skills required at each level, and sets standards for testing.
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